Global Tuidang Center

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for QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

104 Police Officers Line Up to Quit the CCP

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China-police-namu-wiki A police Station in China (namu-wiki)[/caption] This October, a Tuidang volunteer in Northeast China dialed a number in the Sichuan Province to encourage the receiver to withdraw from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliated organizations. A man with a deep voice picked up the phone. The volunteer suggested he quit the CCP just like the 200 million plus people who had already quit. The volunteer asked him, “Have you ever joined the Youth League or the Young Pioneers? “Yes and yes,” the man replied, adding, “I am also a CCP member.” “Please help me withdraw from the CCP,” the man continued, “I have wanted to do this for the longest time, but I didn’t know how.” The volunteer took the man’s surname and made an alias for his first name so he could freely withdraw from the CCP without endangering his life. Though the purpose of the phone call was achieved the man did not hang up. “Wait!” he said, “We are all police officials here. Many of us did not withdraw yet. What should we do? Can you help us?” The volunteer responded, “No problem. Please have them pick up the phone one after the other, I need to know their name and what CCP organizations they have joined.” The policemen then lined up, and came to the phone, one after the other. The volunteer took each of the officer’s surname and then made an alias for their first names. One hour and forty-nine minutes later the call ended resulting in 104 withdrawals of which 98 were once CCP members and the rest prior members of the Young Pioneers or the Communist Youth League. Those 104 people who withdrew from the Communist Party and its affiliated organizations were once controlled by Jiang Zemin’s campaign to eradicate Falun Gong and were front-runners in the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners. Yet, these officers quit the CCP in October 2015. They were also victims who had come to their senses and decided to go with their hearts and quit the CCP.  ]]>

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